Acer Chromebook Spin 13 review: The most powerful Chromebook you can buy, but maybe shouldn't

Acer’s Chromebook Spin 13 is arriving a bit later than it was initially expected, but based on what we’ve seen, it will be worth the wait. The 2-in-1, Wacom stylus-equipped Chromebook delivers category-topping performance, but tempers that speed with some unfortunate design shortcomings. Altogether, it’s one of the best Chromebooks you can’t buy right now.

Turns out, the Chromebook Spin 13 was originally targeted to business/corporate customers, and while I’m sure Acer is pleased with all the positive consumer-level reviews coming in, it isn’t actually available through traditional retail channels just yet (though B&H Photo has a pre-order up). Read MoreAcer Chromebook Spin 13 review: The most powerful Chromebook you can buy, but maybe shouldn’t was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

OnePlus 6T review: A flagship, no asterisk necessary

Good specs in a (relatively) cheap package has been OnePlus’ schtick since the original OnePlus One, and with few flops it’s stuck to that formula, bringing us to the OnePlus 6T. Deep down inside, it’s basically just a tweaked OnePlus 6, dropping the headphone jack for an in-display fingerprint reader, bigger battery, smaller notch, and a handful of software improvements.
In a landscape where Google’s latest phones start at $800, I think the $549 6T is a legitimate Pixel 3 alternative, delivering fantastic performance and much-improved photos with fewer subjective problems. Read MoreOnePlus 6T review: A flagship, no asterisk necessary was written by the awesome team at Android Police.